Hilarious? Sad? Destructive? These words all aptly describe the Biden Administration. How can it be any other way when the POTUS’ handlers, overseers, and nursemaids have to spend so much time and effort “clarifying,” “walking back,” or denying what Biden idiotically says? Honestly, at this point, underneath their official statements I just hear tired and frustrated voices saying, “Why do you listen to him?”
Biden’s call for a Holy War with Putin? Threatening war with China over Taiwan? Calling half of Americans dangerous terrorists? And, of course, that the pandemic is over. The list goes on, and every item is followed by Biden’s controllers scrambling to perform damage control and to convince the world at large to just ignore what the President just said.
It truly seems that each time Biden lays makes a definitive statement – what some would call “straight talk,” some White House official, Democrat lawmaker, political ally, or lamestream media hack, jumps in very, very quickly to explain that Biden didn’t actually say what everyone heard him say, or that he didn’t actually mean what he appeared to mean.
Indeed, in the case of the media shills, one disturbing, but probably very honest, phrase keeps coming up. “Off script.” Time and time again they mention that Biden went off script and said things – in simple language that is hard to misinterpret – that went against existing, formal policies. That, in itself is a problem because it’s very clear that the man installed as the “Leader of the Free World” is considered a sock puppet for the Administration and elements within the Democrat party.
I’m not defending Biden. The things, in his worsening senile dementia, he says are dangerous. But I’m not defending those sorts who keep poorly refuting his statements either. Biden, rightly or wrongly, is in the office of POTUS. As such, every time his statements are overturned by those who are supposedly his subordinates, it weakens the office itself and, quite literally, weakens the world since America is a huge driver of the world’s policies and economy.